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Overloading strings in C#        
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Today I realized that I miss those Visual Basic/Visual C++ type operators. You know the ones: Left, Mid, Right. I'm so used to using them, that I decided to override the string class. Simple enough, right? I just inherit from the System.String and then I get all the nice string methods, plus my own: Left, Mid, and Right. The problem, though, is that the System.String class is sealed. You can't inherit from it. So now what? Must I give up the dream of using those fine old methods?


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